It can be difficult to differentiate between a wart and a callus. If the pain is greater with transverse compression (squeezing the lesion) than with direct pressure (pushing the lesion), the lesion is likely a wart. —Tonya Khan, MPH, PA-C, Fort Worth, Tex. (182-8)
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